Making VoIP a little bit easier

Korean vendor HelloDial is showing off what it claims is the world’s first voice over internet protocol (VoIP) adaptor for landline telephones.

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By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 18, 2010

Korean vendor HelloDial is showing off what it claims is the world’s first voice over internet protocol (VoIP) adaptor for landline telephones. According to the company, the device removes the need for an internet connection to use the service.

The adaptor has been especially designed to plug straight into the phone socket in the wall.

Once connected, the device can act as a VoIP PBX, which allows anyone who is using a landline or mobile phone to use their device as a VoIP portal.

The company has also developed a solution for mobile users wishing to connect to VoIP services.

HelloDial’s mobile PBX solution has been designed for easy connection at home or in the office, and allows access to the VoIP gateway even away from the device, allowing access to cheap local and international calls.

The company is demonstrating both of the devices at its stand in the Korean National Pavilion.

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